MEASURES. Companies with more than 100 employees must adopt the measure / EFE
A new poll by The Conference Board’s Economic Development Committee found that nearly two-thirds of business leaders favored the Biden administration’s private business vaccines mandate.
The context: The study took the opinion of more than 100 executive directors, who expressed themselves in front of the president’s order and how that can affect for or against the economic activity of the country amid the impact of the COVID pandemic- 19.
- According to the government, employers with a workforce of more than 100 workers must require the vaccine from their employees. If not, undergo weekly tests.
- Although the action has been well received, Republican lawmakers vowed to fight the measure.
The data: According to the survey, 56% of business leaders said that despite the positive results of the vaccine mandate, it will be difficult to implement this order in the workplace. Meanwhile, 30% explained that it could negatively affect the culture of the company.
- Only 24% of those surveyed said they “strongly disagreed” with the imposition of the vaccine mandate.
- 12% were optimistic enough to consider that the measure will translate into an increase in worker morale.
Main source of the news: The Hill